Duct tape is awesome, giving you a quick and dirty way to fix almost anything that’s broken. Problem is, the darn thing comes rolled on a thick, bulky spool, so if you want to have a small supply in your pocket, you’re going to have to roll a small bundle around a pen or any similarly pocket-sized object. That changes with the RediTape Duct Tape.
Like any duct tape, it’s designed to deliver a secure hold, whether you’re using it to fix gardening equipment, patch a hole on a raft, or hold your car’s door together. Except, it ditches the large and bulky spool, allowing it to come in a flat form factor that can easily fit in a pants pocket or a backpack pouch.
Each roll of RediTape Duct Tape comes with five yards of 1.88-inch wide tape, with a cotton mesh count that, the outfit claims, is higher than most comparable products, so it should superior tensile strength. A full roll measures just half an inch thick, too, so it won’t make an uncomfortable bulge while tucked inside any pocket.
While strong, the tape is designed to tear easily in either direction, making it exceptionally convenient to use, whether you’re at home, in the workshop, or on the go. Oh yeah, it comes in a variety of colors, so your slapped-together repair jobs don’t have to look drab and boring.
Available now, a roll of RediTape Duct Tape is priced at $3.29.